I'm working on getting a series of images of the different computers we have around the office. I'm doing most everything through the Ghost Console from a server, and have the clients boot into the ghostcast session off of a ghost partition that the console creates on each client. I'm not having any problems with the other 2 types of computers that we have, but the Dell 2300S series computers won't load the network drivers!! I downloaded the latest drivers for the network cards (CNet Pro 200WL), and have tried both the packet and the ndis drivers. The computers reboot from the ghost partition like they are supposed to, begin to load the network drivers, and then freeze. I have to manually boot off of a win98 bootdisk and change the active partition back to the WinXP Pro partition just so the computers are operable. Here is what I have set for the computers in the Ghost Console: File name: DM9PCI.dos Driver name: DM9PCI$ Parameters: ; (optional) Slot number ; SLOT = 1 ; (optional) Media Type ; MEDIA_TYPE = AUTODETECT ; (optional) Power Speed ; POWER_SPEED = LOW_PW_HIGH_SP ; (optional) Ignore Remote Command ; IGNORE_REMCMD = ENABLE ; (optional) Send Remote Command ; SEND_REMCMD = DISABLE ; (optional) VLAN Capability Enable ; VLAN = DISABLE ; (optional) Rx Flow Control Enable ; RX_FLOW = DISABLE ; (optional) Tx Flow Control Enable ; TX_FLOW = DISABLE I'm not sure if those parameters are correct or not. I haven't messed around with them too much. They are the default ones that the oemsetup.inf file loaded when I installed the drivers into the Ghost Console. Anyways... Help?